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In changing times, leaders need to create new ideas and engage their teams in new beginnings. There are certain challenges that organizations face in order to help leaders move forward with new possibilities and choices available to them in VUCA world. By embracing volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment and still remaining hopeful involves lot of confidence, positivity, courage, and creativity. This chapter aims to study the two different leadership styles, i.e., transformational and resonant leadership style highly suitable for developing private Indian higher educational institutes as learning organizations in order to survive in VUCA world. It shows the way and indicates about the best leadership style as predictor of learning organization in Indian context. Sample for this study consisted of 150 faculty members from 20 Indian higher educational institutes in National Capital Region, India. It has been found that both the leadership styles, i.e., transformational and resonant significantly impacted the learning organization in VUCA landscape. However, the impact on resonant leadership is higher than that of transformational leadership style to thrive well in VUCA world. Discussions and implications are further highlighted in the chapter.
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